Queenland's Outback begins north of the Great Dividing Range and continues on to the Northern Territory and South
Australia in the west and New South Wales in the south. This is where Qantas was born, where fossils of dinosaurs dating back 130 million years are located, where Crocodile Dundee's
Walkabout Creek Hotel is located and where you can find aboriginal rock paintings and artifacts dating back 20,000 years. This region has towns by the name of Mount Isa, McKinlay,
Kynuna, Winton, Longreach and Quilpie. There are two seasons in the outback - wet and dry, with rain coming during the summer months.